His Holiness has given us the pleasure of sharing his finite wisdom yet again.
“I had some fiery defiance on the tip of my tongue, but somehow it fizzled out. It’s still there, but there’s no use in verbalizing it.
I, for one, do not have any intention of starving to death, or watching my family do so.
It isn’t because we are stashing and hoarding food away, either.
We all die. If it comes to that, I intend to deserve it.
I am as secure on the field of battle as I am in my bed.”
So am I to understand….. We should not be prepping….. unless it’s guns and ammo? It did not take long to find this.
“I have a bunch of rolled oats, bags of beans, salt, sugar, etc. that I need to
store long-term, and the only space that I have readily available in the place
we’re renting is either a not-sealed-from-mice-and-birds, unheated garage, or a
“I know some folks use a combination of plastic bags, desiccant packs, and
buckets to store dry goods, but what is the best way?”
“And what about the sugar and salt, flour, etc.? What’s the best way to store
those long term? I have limited space to store these items inside the house”
I am very confused…. Are you? Now make damn well sure you read the comments, I would not want to be accused of taking this out of context, you see Justin Combs when given the advice on PREPPING LONG TERM FOOD STORES never once challenged the advice given in his comments section…. why? Because he needed to store FOOD PREPS.
Yet another kernel of wisdom from His Holiness.
shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s
wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any
thing that is thy neighbour’s.
trajectory and velocity of our country’s direction.I am one of them. A wise man sees a storm coming and prepares. A fool takes it on the chin, unaware